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BITUL1THIC CONTRACT DONE.
Hi. W. A. Radford To Go
To New York On Li
The Council met Friday night with
all nresent except Councilman Hay-
don, who was out of tho city. Coun
cilman Bradley took hia seat as rep
reaentative from the Seventh ward
The completion of tho contract for
13,356 yards of bitulithic streets was
renorted and the Street Committee
will inspect the Btreets and report
at the next meeting.
An appropriation was made to p"ay
the expenses of Mrs. W. A. Radford
to New York, on business in connec
tion with tho proposed Carnegie li
brary. Mayor Meacham reported that the
city's temporary floating debt of
522,000 due the banks, had been
paid. The Council also ordered the
calling in of $2,000 of the $8,500 of
old railroad bonds, and $1,000 of the
1910 High School issue.
The Corporations Committee was
directed to report renewal contracts
with the Water Company and jh
Public Service" Co. iPX lights, n
additional arc light waa ordered
at 11th and Railroad streets.
The suspension of Officer M. W.
Merritt was extended indefinitely by
the Council, an investigation to be
entered into upon some date to be
agreed upon. l. H. Keach has been
appointed policeman pending furth
Trial Near End.
The case of the four gunmen on
trial for killing Rosenthal in New
York at the instigation of Becker,,
already convicted, will go to the
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For Holiday Good?,
For Cut Glass,
For Huyler's Can
N.W, Cor. 9:band Main
GOTO THE OLD RELIABLE &
M. U. IIELLY
to have your eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fin watch honestly and
- .iK ru retired. Is al
v. i-.s up to (Jute with the best
. ..rumt rits and methods. Over
30 ears an "jjtteiun and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main Street,
Opp. Court House.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20
T e Might! st of all Fun Makers
Wood & Ward
Miss Fannie Meroney
The Texas Tony Chor is,
4 ' Two Merry Tramps"
Wi" All New Music, Lyrics and
Conrmwi Sense Prices lOe, 20c, 30c
tad 50c, a few t 7fc.
I- ; r
No rusting, no chipping, no scaling, tio seams or solder,
no loss of utensils by burning, no' continual buying more
"cheap" kitchen ware-t he k-d tti$ stM'most in
Replace utensils that wear out with utensils that "
China Department of
CUMB. PHONE 47&,
Christmas goods are being received
and buying and laying aside to
a 'oid the rush" has alrp.dy bgup. I
Every once and a while we hear a
Democrat say. that the party oweB a
debt of gratitude to Roosevelt for
leaner Wilson. Judge.ng fr?m
I" k thA father of the
K ' At. vienn
Moose pariy aBHiuat.
r.i onAaaoih rlM nnt have the sue-
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PM nf Mr. W son at heart, out me
a Tuoenv n pht
Another good rain Tuesday night
cheered the hearts of the farmers.
W n sudden drop in the tempere-
ture prevented tobacco enning ' in
Thf ornamental wnrk f the i-ew ;
moving picture show is being putwl J
and it won't be long before tho
picturt s will begin to move.
Farmers report wheat a3 lookinu
splendidly. A year seo the indica
ti i s were quits unfavorable for half
' ,s nnd too dirin'r linve it.
u uiuJ Oil ' -
It was a largo and happy ihroic
at the Ninth Street.Chtiian Churr;
last Tueshay night. Many with
thare who had nnt been at ierview
for many month.
Though there area billion and
more eggs, m coin snran? n - a
nrge citiot tW price n WB hicsi!
. . i a.. '
gnceries tiafl ueun aavanoeu uvr
cents per dozn. 35 centf is the
price now. Many house.vi vs
bought their Chrwtm a sppi'li
when the pric was 20 wn' air
packed them awav in salt."..'
Have you noticed bow mufth better
oynters are since icp is rprl"'t
around them ins'ead f beimr tr n
in with them? H u r r u-h for D .
(Evh, Er, Nose and Throat)
Two Merry TrampB," Bince last
presented here has been all rewii.
ten and improved with twelve mw
an I nnunl miisimil numbers, all f
t(a4 v w - '
the whistly kind. Several of th
numbers are of the latest, huj-'m:
them being "The Fumous Squba,"
"The ChantecUf Crazs" and Mi.,
never to ba forgtten waltz hi'
"Edelweis." This attraction wi I be
the offering at Holland's Opera,
House Wadneflliy, Nov.20.
An Ideal Sunday Newspaper.
' Recent issues of The Sunday
TTprald remind one that Chic-
ago may fairly lay claim to produc-
ng the best newspapers, in ine
world, not excepting those of New
- -i TT 1 J
York. The Sunday, uecoro-neraia,
in foreign news alone, has its own
special cable service in addition to
those of the New York Herald,
World. Journal of Commerce and
AnpmtpH Presa. Thia is a fair ex
ample ot the completeness
pupr in eveij uciaua u..
Aside irom me regular newa ica-,,
turea, mere is BuuicuiuiB j"
berot ih-i family. The sporting
pages, both daily aud Sunday, give
the latest authentic news in every
line of sport. Trie woman's section
is filled with illustrated articles on
the nawesr. wrinkles in fashion and
domestic science. "The People s In
stitute of'Domestic Economy," fi I
ing a whole pane every Sunday, is
the newest am) best household de-Da-trnenc
of ny paper. Dame C jurt-
sey's "Novelties in Entertainment"
is a valued feature.
nrwi frm.ifit inures. wiitteK bv James
C'Do..nelt Bennett and Felix Borow
ski, are admittedlyr without their,
equal in th' West.- The array of
syleaaid Hijeoth! ares by Kuled
wntwrs, finely illustrated. aiHO. W KnVy
twi'of ihe high HtStary quality -of
TtlO jTttcord-HeraWf In til JtQ&u
hun.ior there la mi ctmc cun)rc
8upflliment for ch'Iffiren, t.- idja S.
fc). liiijsjr'a (InigUful A ernaW'.g
Currepta" for everybody.
But the thins that litis The sun-
day Record-Herald mogt emphatical-i
Iv above-all ut rivals is Us maiibzlne
ntinn a rpiil macazine. full of
stories and articits by the mo3t fa
muus writers of our day, illustrated
bv celebrated artists Its recent
$l'i,0CO prize contest has attracted
t its tJUiii n Hit work of the be
short story writers in our language.
No wonder The Uecord-Heraid in re
garded as the ideal Sunday newepa
Fine Weatfecr Proiseil.
Washington, Nov. 17 Iudicu
tionsare that the prevailing fair
weather will continue during.-the
week over tho central, southern and
ovi-rpmp wctum nurtions of . the
r-nuntrv. with a tendency towurd
somewhat higher tempertUirtj.i ov
Tuesday, ccorvliiig t 'he wraih;i
hiirpan's weeklv bulletin There
are no prose i prusutcts vt U'uu
ally cold wtather over any portion
of the country during the week.'
Forrest Stowe has returned to his eowriry pwpie from Spencer coup
born in Rolands, Cal. Vn
Does that word describe your Kitchen Ware? It
Which Bear the "WeaEVet"
MISS FANNIE YANCEY
Injured., By Horse Running
Miss Fannie Yancey, who makes
her home wjth Mr. Hiram Sively at
Knlnhriii Snrinirj. came verv near
being the vicUn of a serious acci
dent last Saturday. She was driv
inrr an nlri familv llDTRfi alonCT the
-iNasnviiie roaa.anu wjiwihhb xcawucu
the point wher.e the road branches
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ott t0 saiuDria springs me norsu uk-
came fnghtened;at a dog that sprang
at it from the roadEide and ran
away. Miss Yancey was unable to
control the animal and it ran some
distance, turning the buggy over
and dragging the young lady some
distance before she was able to px-
tricatejherself. The wonder is tht
she waVnot killed or- seriously, in
jured She,' , however, was badly
hfnioorl nhniit- thp head and received
anjogly wound near one of her ejes
It has ' been but two or three
month3 since a mule Mr. Sively was
nding ran off about the'1 same place
. A. ... . iv.
nd serlbusly injured nimv
,Turks and Bulgarians
.Death GrapplehdT Cho
The crucial battle between trie
Turks and Bulgarians is on all along
the Tch'atalja Hires. Canm.nadirw
was heard throu'gKqut Sunday at
Hnnatantinonle. APmoVine duel was
fought on the Sea.pf -Marmora. Na
zim Pasha reportetUhat the Bulgar
inup "v. wi-ww '
tions in Constantinople t!re reported
to be desperate, more than 1,000
cases developing daily, Tho explos
ion of a powder magozine at Salo-ni
ki killed 312 and wounded 430 Turks.
Smlthson & Evritt,
Collided With Train.
Five people were injured, one per
haps fatally, when'.Louisville & Nash
ville passenger train No. 9, from
Cincinnati, crashed into a touring
car carrying a party of five people
on Broadway Tuesday night The
accident occurred at onaof the most
congested railroad crossings in
Louisville, and was witnessed by
scores of peaestmi s. xny -wore
Died Of Appendicitis
Lee Underwood. of near Kelly.
died Saturday of appendicitis, after
a brief illness.
' The deceased.wasa son ofJ.W. Un-,
derwood, and was" about 22 years of
age The familv physician attended
lim, but called a physjeian from
Houkinsville When the latter
arrived he found that the disease
had made such .prburess that an
operation was beyond reason. The
burial took place ' Sunday at the
B"yd, burying ground.
The beautiful Confederate monu
ment at Princeton, Ky., was unveil
I Prepare For Cold Weather
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RIGHT BOTH WAYS
hi1"?!1' fiiJs u
For Ovorcoata nnd Raincoats
THE first real opld weather is just
starting. You will need a good
warm Overcoat, Auto Collar, 52
inohes long not stufied and padded into
shape, but tailored honestly and labor
iouslyby hand. Itfow is the time and
here's the, best Jplace of all to select your
New Winter Overcoat.
The House of
is literally true of
the Stove and
Bets Hinge On It.
San Francisco Nov. 15. In all
probability the question whether
Roosevelt or Wilson carried Cali
fornia will be taken up by the Na
tional House of Representatives.
Roosevelt now leads by a plurality of
48 votes. The Democrats say many
errors were discovered and will con
test. All precincts are now in.
The football game between Mc
Lean' and Vanderbilt University
Medical department team Friday
was nn easy victory for McLean by
a score of 41 to 0.
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